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Tours india Jama Masjid

From Delhi , Old Delhi & New Delhi Cultural Tour


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Old and New Delhi walking and orientation tour is a combination of history , culture and modern capital of India.


Jama Masjid



Old Delhi, also known as Shahjahanabad, is a historical district in India's capital city, Delhi. It was founded in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and is characterized by its narrow streets, bustling markets, and iconic landmarks like the Red Fort and Jama Masjid. The area is rich in cultural heritage and reflects the Mughal architecture and lifestyle of its time. New Delhi, on the other hand, is the modern part of the city, designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker during colonial rule. It is known for its wide boulevards, government buildings like the Rashtrapati Bhavan, and diplomatic enclaves. These two contrasting parts of Delhi coexist, providing a captivating blend of history and contemporary life, making Delhi a vibrant and diverse metropolis. Red Fort (Lal Qila): Start your day at this iconic Mughal fortress. Explore the stunning architecture and learn about its historical significance. Jama Masjid: Visit one of India's largest mosques, just a short walk from the Red Fort. Climb the minaret for a panoramic view of Old Delhi. Chandni Chowk: Stroll through this bustling market street. Try local street food, shop for souvenirs, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere. Raj Ghat: Pay your respects at the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, a peaceful and reflective spot. Lunch: Enjoy traditional Indian cuisine at a local restaurant in Old Delhi. Afternoon: New Delhi India Gate: Head to New Delhi and visit this war memorial. Take a leisurely walk around its surroundings and relax in the nearby parks. Rashtrapati Bhavan: Explore the exterior of the Presidential Residence, designed by Lutyens, and marvel at its grandeur. Parliament House: Visit this imposing building nearby, which houses India's Parliament. Humayun's Tomb: Explore this Unesco World Heritage site, a beautiful Mughal garden tomb.



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Duration 8 hours

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Live tour guide

English

Pickup included

We provide pickup instructions for travelers on a local tour, it's essential to ensure clarity, safety, and convenience. If pick up is from hotel please wait in the lobby If pick up is from T3 Airport than wait at gate number 4 If pick up from T1 Airport than wait at exit gate If pick up from Railway Station than wait at Plat form number 1

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Private group

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About this experience

Itinerary
  • Pickup location:
  • New Delhi
  • Car
  • (8 hours)
  • New Delhi
  • Visit, Guided tour, Shopping, Sightseeing, Walk (8 hours)
  • Arrive back at:
  • New Delhi
  • Main stop
  • For reference only. Itineraries are subject to change.
  • Highlights
  • Explore Walking tour of Spice Market in Old Delhi
  • Experience and Enjoy the Rickshaw Ride in Old Delhi
  • Adore the orientation tour of Parliament buildings.
  • Includes
  • Pick up from Delhi Hotels / Airport / Railway Station only
  • Government approved local tour guide
  • AC Vehicle
  • Monument Fee
  • Rickshaw Ride
  • Tips and gratuities

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